Is this the loud low rumbling noise heard across the globe the past few days? Have you heard rumblin

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posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 08:48 AM
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Originally posted by dodgygeeza

Originally posted by liejunkie01

Originally posted by YoungMind92
Hey I heard the noise just the other night and it sounded alot louder then that.
I mean it caused the ground and the house to rumble and shake.
And to add the noise stayed for a much longer duration.


Maybe one pilot was more tired that the other.


That argument is clutching at straws


I think most of us here KNOW it's not an aircraft. Aircraft don't create noise for 20 minutes non-stop. It sounds like the old weather balloon argument.

We might be witnessing a new weather phenomenon, it's possible although inconceivable by the so-called scientists who think we know all there is to know about the planet we live on.

Personally though, I think it's either plate movement or a tunnel being dug out below the earth's surface. It makes the most sense in terms of the vibration and the sound. If I am right, I'm guessing that something serious is about to happen.
edit on 22-3-2011 by dodgygeeza because: edit to add


That was just a little example of the planes flying out of formation. They could have been flying several minutes apart. For you to laugh at this possibility, and then say it could be a tunnel boring machine is what I find entertaining. If it were a TBM, Is the tunnel only a couple of feet long. I think that is all a TBM can dig in 20 minutes. If it is longer wouldn't they hear the noise for alot longer time? I do not think this is a plausible answer. I am looking for a plausible answer.




posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 08:54 AM
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Originally posted by Visiting ESB

Originally posted by liejunkie01
I know this isn't a popular theory here. Everybody wants it to be something else. Since the B-2 is capable of subsonic speeds I thought that I would search youtube for some subsonic jet flyovers.
it sounds familiar to me. Listen to these babies fly over once they pass over. I know that some of them are high pitched. But notice the rumbling effect.
www.youtube.com...





It isn't a question of what people want. Skeptics want to believe that "there's a logical explanation" for mysteries such as this. They can't face the fact that some things cannot be conventionally explained. Jets are loud, but they can't hover for 20 minutes at a time.


You are the one saying that the jets are hoovering. I believe they were flying a few minutes apart. As I have stated several times already. Appearently you have your mind made up that it cannot be explained. I believe there is a scientific explanation for everything. I do not rely on "faith" to get me through the day. This is your opinion and I respect that.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 09:19 AM
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I agree, however the "laugh" wasn't meant in a condescending way.

Except for the obvious plate movement, there leaves little else that will explain a prolonged vibration and noise that causes the ground to shake. I wasn't stating it as a fact, just a possibility (because it's not impossible)

Fighter jets will create a wake vortex, surely it would be safer and less overt option to fly in formation? Even a few minutes distance will still be dangerous, however due to the speed that an aircraft such as fighter jet would be flying, the constant noise would suggest that they are very close together indeed.
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posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 09:21 AM
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By "across the globe," do you mean in other countries beside the U.S.?

I have to check because I've been posting that we've been hearing the same rumbling noise in the Philippines even before the Japan quake, the last was March 12th (I'm currently out of the contry so I don't know if it's been happening again) and nobody seems to care. So frustrating.

Do these stealth planes by any chance pass by our islands?

Are we anywhere near your east coast fault lines? Or the appalachian mountains?

Can the taos hum travel all the way across the pacific?

Explain that.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 09:34 AM
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I believe with their flight path they cross over many nations. I do not have all of the answers to every noise. I am mainly talking of the recent rumblings. I seen that we closed the base down in the Phillipines back in the nineties. But I found this.

Just two months after the first US troops entered Basilan, the flimsy façade is quickly being stripped away. The US operation is primarily not about training Filipino troops, freeing the Burnhams or even destroying the Muslim separatist guerrillas. Three decades after the US defeat in Vietnam and a decade after its withdrawal from Subic Bay and Clark Airfield, the Bush administration and the Pentagon are pushing for the Philippines to again become a major US base of operations in South East Asia.

www.wsws.org...



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 09:37 AM
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I was also curious to see if they had an escort once they approached the mainland. I could not find any information on whether their could have been possibly more than the two bombers in the sky. I am also curious about the plate tectonic noises because I experienced a little 4. something a few years back and I heard it.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 09:44 AM
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We may be in their flight path but there are no US bases in our islands.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 10:13 AM
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I live in Canada and haven't experienced any of the rumbling myself but was wondering if anyone checked out the Live Seismic server this morning...
aslwww.cr.usgs.gov...
...planetquake anyone?

Anyone have any idea about what could do this?



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 10:17 AM
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I have no idea.

I am also wondering about all of the quake activity. Nice find



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 10:33 AM
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Originally posted by SalemsLot
I live in Canada and haven't experienced any of the rumbling myself but was wondering if anyone checked out the Live Seismic server this morning...
aslwww.cr.usgs.gov...
...planetquake anyone?

Anyone have any idea about what could do this?


It would be helpful to compare them to baseline seismic graphs.

Does this seem normal?



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 10:36 AM
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I have heard many aircraft engines both close and afar and also rocket engines being tested. The rumbling I have heard is definitely NOT an aircraft of any kind, and it lasts more than 15 minutes while rattling my windows. As I said I have heard rocket engines being tested and the rumbling I hear is very similar to that, but not as intense.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 10:40 AM
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I have no baseline to show you, and I'm no expert, I just know that I check this and other earthquake sites everyday and today it got my attenetion! I've never seen it look like that. What could cause something so big worldwide?
Any experts care to educate me? Would very much appreciate it!



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 10:57 AM
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Originally posted by SalemsLot
reply to post by dodgygeeza
 


I have no baseline to show you, and I'm no expert, I just know that I check this and other earthquake sites everyday and today it got my attenetion! I've never seen it look like that. What could cause something so big worldwide?
Any experts care to educate me? Would very much appreciate it!


I would make a thread real quick and ask someone.

I would like to know what that is also. I need to educate myself a little better on seismograph readouts.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 10:59 AM
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Originally posted by Blazer
I have heard many aircraft engines both close and afar and also rocket engines being tested. The rumbling I have heard is definitely NOT an aircraft of any kind, and it lasts more than 15 minutes while rattling my windows. As I said I have heard rocket engines being tested and the rumbling I hear is very similar to that, but not as intense.


Thank you for your input.

I am still researching this situation.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 11:15 AM
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I found this site with all kinds of speculative info.

Reports of plans for a high-performance piloted replacement for the SR-71 date back more than a decade. In 1979 it was reported that a:

"... Mach 4, 200,000-ft.-altitude aircraft that could be a follow-on to the Lockheed SR-71 strategic reconnaissance vehicle in the 1990s has been defined by the Air Force Aeronautical Systems Division and Lockheed."

As previously noted, reports of the existence of a successor to the SR-71 surfaced repeatedly during the debate over termination of the SR-71. Subsequent observations of mysterious aerial phenomena have been connected with the 1988 reports that Aurora was a Mach 6 stealthy reconnaissance aircraft that was being developed to replace the SR-71.>

www.fas.org...

This could explain some of the noise.



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 11:16 AM
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Originally posted by liejunkie01

Originally posted by SalemsLot
reply to post by dodgygeeza
 


I have no baseline to show you, and I'm no expert, I just know that I check this and other earthquake sites everyday and today it got my attenetion! I've never seen it look like that. What could cause something so big worldwide?
Any experts care to educate me? Would very much appreciate it!


I would make a thread real quick and ask someone.

I would like to know what that is also. I need to educate myself a little better on seismograph readouts.


I wish I could start a thread, but not enough points yet

But I posted this same site on 2 other "earth rumbling threads" hoping ATS had a couple seismologist members that would chime in.
As far as learning about seismology read outs, again I'm no expert, but I have been reading up on different sites to learn how to interpret these graphs. I'd like to think I understand the basics.

earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca...

If ANYONE has some background in this field I would love more info!



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 11:24 AM
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Sorry, I didn't even look at your post count. Save the info, you will have enough posts in no time. Look at mine. I cannot keep my nose out of peoples business.lol
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posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 01:03 PM
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True.....but did you know that there was an earthquake on the Florida/ Alabama line a few weeks ago? It's really strange, because within the past few months, there have been hundreds of quakes in Arkansas, and also Louisiana and Texas, had one (of course the were all small ones.....but that is odd for the south to have them at all. I don't know that what is on the video is that sound, it could be anything really. But when I heard the earthquake sound, it freaked me out a little



posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 01:06 PM
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WTH???? I hope that is just a distant quake showing on all the seismos!



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 01:09 AM
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Originally posted by DevilDog0311
I think most people can tell the difference between a jet engine and the rumbling. They sound COMPLETELY different, no offense OP.


Actually, NO, they sound exactly alike. I was in an earthquake last summer that sounded exactly like this FL rumbling, and that in turn sounded like a Jumbo-Jet that was about to come crashing into my home (Since earthquakes are rare here, and I live next to a major airport, I assumed the worst). However, there is ONE difference, and that's the fact that an earthquake rolls by, whereas this sound stays constant for a prolonged period of time. Jets can in fact make long term rumbling noises if the angle of their flight is set-up just right, which is often the case where I live when they utilize certain runways and flight paths during bad weather. This FL case is weird to say the least, but the assertion that it doesn't sound anything like a jet is wrong (I'm not saying that it is a jet, but I'm pointing out how jets can in fact sound in relation to this sound).





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